2022 Murrow Conference on Digital Media Policy for Future Crises

The 2022 Murrow Conference on Digital Media for Future Crises is presented by The Edward R. Murrow Center for a Digital World, with panels sponsored by the Hitachi Center and the World Peace Foundation. 

The COVID-19 global pandemic has accelerated digitization in unprecedented ways, but will the world be ready for what’s on the horizon? Join us on February 18, 2022, for a timely discussion with leading experts on issues of free speech in the digital era, tech monopolies, next-gen media literacy, and Global South digital governance as we explore solutions for preparing the digital media ecosystem for the next global emergency

The Murrow Center, based at The Fletcher School, explores the intersection of media, cyberspace, and the government. The Murrow Center is driving the conversation on the digital revolution’s impact in the international system through a combination of original research, cutting-edge communications platforms, and provocative event series. The Murrow Conference seeks to advance the conversation on digital media governance during a period of global crisis. Experts from the media, technology, and government will discuss not only the lessons of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic but articulate bold ideas for governing digital media in future global emergencies.

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